Real estate sales can be a difficult business, so it's best to have a game plan when you begin. Karlton Utter provides five tips to do just that. The first is to write everything down. You should know prices, goals, and the overview of your business plan before you jump in (or back in, in some cases). Listings are the second tip. Find the best way to reach the listings, if it's by traditional mail, emails, phone calls, or walking the neighborhoods. Connect, and know where to connect. A website is a must in today's real estate industry and make sure it's compatible with mobile devices. Consistently follow up with potential buyers and meet with them in person every chance that you can. It puts your face in front of them, and shows them how you are different from every other real estate agent out there.
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